The section « Justice and fundamental freedoms » includes the actors, laws/reglementations, and public policies related to the establishment of Human Rights, guaranteeing of fundamental freedoms and the supremacy of the law.
The published notes are, essentially, related to the access of Justice for all citizens, to migrants and minorities Rights, to the good functioning of Courts otherwise the role played by the constitutional and independent institutions.
The reform of Justice, the Transnational Justice process and the fundamental freedoms have a central place in this section.
The precarious status of migrants labours in Tunisia is visible. Sub-Saharan migrants are over-represented in low paid service jobs such as assistant waiters, bathroom cleaners, or street and public space cleaners. Of the 53,000 foreigners that live in Tunisia, 12,000 are from sub-Saharan Africa. Yet institutionally, these migrants are nowhere.
Executive summary The recent demonstrations on the streets of many Tunisian cities are the result of tensions among Tunisians and deep anger against the Tunisian state’s economic, social, and political policies. The parliamentary authority was associated with the highest number of protests calling for the parliament’s dissolution. Rather than assessing this from a legal or
Executive summary Education is guaranteed by the Tunisian constitution but, in practice, children with autism are excluded from the education system and do not benefit from this right. Despite the law that grants children with disabilities the right to access public schools, the law fails to acknowledge children with autism. They should not be denied